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The definition of maladministration is wide and can include:
- Incorrect action or failure to take any action
- Failure to follow procedures or the law
- Failure to provide information
- Inadequate record-keeping
- Failure to investigate
- Failure to reply
- Misleading or inaccurate statements
- Inadequate liaison
- Inadequate consultation
- Broken promises
- "What is maladministration?" (PDF). House of Commons. Retrieved 14 January 2014.
- Nellis, John R. (1980). "Maladministration: Cause or Result of Underdevelopment? The Algerian Example". Canadian Journal of African Studies. 13 (3): 407–422. doi:10.1080/00083968.1980.10803786.
- Caiden, Gerald E. (1981). "Public Maladministration and Bureaucratic Corruption". Hong Kong Journal of Public Administration. 3 (1): 56–71. doi:10.1080/02529165.1981.10800097.
- Hope, Kempe Ronald (1985). "Politics, Bureaucratic Corruption, and Maladministration in the Third World". International Review of Administrative Sciences. 51 (1): 1–6. doi:10.1177/002085238505100101.
- Caiden, Gerald E. (1991). "What Really is Public Maladministration?". Indian Journal of Public Administration. 37 (1): 1–16. doi:10.1177/0019556119910101.
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